Andaz Mayakoba Riviera Maya by Hyatt is a Hidden Paradise (and they’re pet friendly!)

Posted By on November 1, 2016

Watch out! There’s another new hotel in town offering visitors to Playa del Carmen a hidden paradise. Andaz Mayakoba Riviera Maya by Hyatt is on the verge of opening their doors for the upcoming 2016/17 season.

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Already accepting hotel reservations for December 12 forward, the new pet-friendly Andaz hotel gladly welcomes furry travel companions. The hotel requests that guests inform them at least three (3) days in advance of your arrival that you will be bringing a pet (or pets). Canine guests must weigh 50 pounds or under. Guests may have two dogs stay in their room provided their combined weight does not exceed 75 pounds.

Aside from being pet-friendly, Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya has four on-site restaurants showcasing fresh local ingredients and authentic cooking techniques. Cocina Milagro offers an all-day dining buffet with a constantly changing menu. Casa Amate is an upscale dinner destination serving a variety of Latin American dishes. At the beachfront, Olla Taco and Olla Ceviche serve delectable street food and seafood fare with an ocean view. Room service is available 24 hours a day.

Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya is a vacation destination featuring three outdoor swimming pools and a heated whirpool, beachfront areas and a full-service spa and salon. The resort offers a variety of exciting outdoor activities including complimentary stand up paddleboard lessons and sunrise yoga at 6:30 a.m. on the Andaz Beach, plus access to El Camaleón Golf Club and the Mayakoba Tennis Centre.

El Camaleón Golf Club, Mayakoba Riviera Maya

Their onsite spa is fully equipped with six treatment rooms and two hydrotherapy spaces offering a variety of massage and spa services. The spa’s beauty salon also offers full hair and nail services, including blowouts, waxes, manicures and pedicures.

Inspired by the abundance of natural elements, the Andaz was designed by Ronald Zürcher, a native of Nicaragua who has been involved in projects in Costa Rica, Central America, South America, Mexico and the Caribbean.